Fall 2019 CircUUs Auction Registration

Saturday, October 19, 5 PM | Did you know PT Barnum was a UU? Fitting for our CircUUs, CircUUs theme! Paul Bonfanti and Nikky Contractor will be ringmasters/auctioneers. There will be a photo booth with clown hats, noses, capes and more! Food prepared by Tapestry Chef Kathy Spahn!


When: Saturday, October 19 at 5 p.m.
Where: Tapestry UU
Cost: $15 for adults and $5 for kids.

What is a Service Auction?
 Tapestry members offer themed dinners, visits to museums, a weekend at a timeshare,
babysitting, soup, antique car rides, handmade knitted sweaters, rides to the airport, a pool
party, guitar lessons, etc. In other words anything and everything that they can offer and
someone else might want.
 The night of the auction we all gather for a wonderful meal cooked by our resident chef Kathy
Spahn.
 Everyone receives an auction booklet that includes all the items being offered (Marsha Medina
does the booklet).
 Everyone has a paddle and the two auctioneers start the bidding. When something comes up
that you want, you raise your paddle—just like a regular auction.
 After half the items, we take a break for the wonderful desserts baked by the Ways and Means
committee members. Then the process continues until all the items have been bid on.
 Then the amazing cashiers tally up the totals, you pay for what
you’ve purchased and you mark your calendars for all the fun items and events.
Doesn’t that sound like a great evening?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Saturday, October 19, 5 PM
Did you know PT Barnum was a UU? Fitting for our CircUUs, CircUUs theme! Paul Bonfanti and Nikky Contractor will be ringmasters/auctioneers. There will be a photo booth with clown hats, noses, capes and more! Food prepared by Tapestry Chef Kathy Spahn!


When: Saturday, October 19 at 5 p.m.
Where: Tapestry UU
Cost: $15 for adults and $5 for kids.

What is a Service Auction?
 Tapestry members offer themed dinners, visits to museums, a weekend at a timeshare,
babysitting, soup, antique car rides, handmade knitted sweaters, rides to the airport, a pool
party, guitar lessons, etc. In other words anything and everything that they can offer and
someone else might want.
 The night of the auction we all gather for a wonderful meal cooked by our resident chef Kathy
Spahn.
 Everyone receives an auction booklet that includes all the items being offered (Marsha Medina
does the booklet).
 Everyone has a paddle and the two auctioneers start the bidding. When something comes up
that you want, you raise your paddle—just like a regular auction.
 After half the items, we take a break for the wonderful desserts baked by the Ways and Means
committee members. Then the process continues until all the items have been bid on.
 Then the amazing cashiers tally up the totals, you pay for what
you’ve purchased and you mark your calendars for all the fun items and events.
Doesn’t that sound like a great evening?